RHEMA Christmas Lights with Local Coffee

By on December 27, 2010

Depending on which direction you are coming from, you can enjoy some of Tulsa’s best espresso (or coffee) followed by the Tulsa area’s best holiday light show. In case you did not know, Broken Arrow’s RHEMA Lights are open until January 1st. The RHEMA Christmas Lights Display was introduced in 1982 with approximately 60,000 lights.  Today there are more than two million. We want to encourage you to keep the Holiday spirit going with a warm cup off coffee or espresso from a locally owned coffee shop followed by a visit to the beautiful, inspiring RHEMA Christmas Lights show.

Picture from RHEMA Christmas Lights Website

1025 West Kenosha Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
(918) 258-1588

November 24–January 1

5:30 to 11:30 p.m.
Admission is free.
RHEMA Christmas Lights Website

That night we hit Nordaggio’s for their hot latte and cappuccino espresso drinks. Chocolate, Carmella flavors are what you will naturally taste when Nordaggio’s custom roasted coffee beans are mixed with milk. Their espresso is always fresh and some of the best in Tulsa… possibly Oklahoma.

Nordaggio’s
8156 South Lewis Avenue # C
Tulsa, OK 74137
(918) 296-5288

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Here are some other great local coffee shop worth checking out!

Topeca Coffee
115 West 5th Street Suite 169, Tulsa
(918) 592-9090

Shades of Brown Coffee & Art
3302 South Peoria Avenue, Tulsa
(918) 747-3000

Joebots inside Dwelling Spaces
119 South Detroit Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74120
(918) 582-1033

DoubleShot Coffee Company
1730 South Boston Avenue, Tulsa
(918) 599-7700

Gypsy Coffee House and Cyber Café
303 North Cincinnati Avenue, Tulsa
(918) 295-2181

Cafe Cubana
1340 East 15th Street
Tulsa, OK 74120-5832
(918) 584-2233

Kaffe Bona
Multiple Locations in Tulsa
Check Website for Locations
kaffebona.com/locations.html

Java Dave’s Coffee
Multiple Locations in Tulsa

Click here for Locations

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